[plug] DUN script
Jon L. Miller
jlmiller at wantree.com.au
Fri Apr 2 09:29:04 WST 1999
When I ran my script program which gather the info, this is what it
gathered. In some instances I've noticed that it does ask for assword
instead of Password. Depends on if they changed things, this was a
year ago when I gathered the script.
Date sent: Thu, 01 Apr 1999 02:20:52 +0000
From: Leon Brooks <leon at brooks.smileys.net>
Organization: Would be nice
To: plug at linux.org.au
Subject: Re: [plug] DUN script
Send reply to: plug at linux.org.au
> Jon L. Miller wrote:
> > Try this for starters:
> > ; Script for DUN for Wantree Development
> > ; Created 22/10/97
> > ;
> > Proc Main
> > $USERID="username"
> > $PASSWORD="password"
> > waitfor "vector.wantree.com.au Login:"
> Uh, what happens when you rename vector, or want to rename Wantrees'
> domain because you've been bought or sued, or happen to use a terminal
> server that prompts with "login:" instead of "Login:" ?
> > transmit $USERID
> > transmit "^M"
> > delay 2
> > waitfor "Password:"
> Ditto "password:" instead of "Password:"?
> > transmit $PASSWORD
> > transmit "^M"
> > EndProc
> I use ogin: and ssword: and they work fine. "assword:" would too, but
> causes comment. BTW, tip for you, Smileys includes "username:" in the
> login prompt and "annex:" in the welcome message so that the el-bizarro
> pppmenu.scp works out of the box.
> Last week's _Chronicle_ erroneously reported that Eric Mitchell [member of
> the Austin City Council] had shouted "Up yours" to residents of the Swede
> Hill neighborhood at a Housing Subcommittee meeting last year. In fact,
> Mitchell leveled a "Screw You!" to the residents. The _Chronicle_ regrets
> the error. -- From the January 19, 1996 issue of the Austin _Chronicle_
Jon L. Miller, Master CNE ASE
Senior Systems Consultant
MMT Networks Pty Ltd
Ph: 61 8 9402 0639
Fx: 61 8 9402 2492
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